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Adventure in store for kids these Easter school holidays at Sydney’s top family attractions!

  • Tuesday 4th April 2017
  • school holidays

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These school holidays experience the all-new Adventure Passport only available at Sydney’s best family attractions! From SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium to Madame Tussauds Sydney, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo and Sydney Tower Eye, kids will receive an activity booklet complete fun challenges at each attraction. And what’s more, at the end of every challenge, children will collect a sticker for their Adventure Passport. All you have to do is visit more than one of our Merlin attractions in Sydney to get your Adventure Passport.

There are also a few other amazing experiences at the attractions, including:

SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium

The Penguin Passport is your ticket to a once-in-a-lifetime encounter with SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium’s sub-Antarctic penguin colony. Suited up in your sub-Antarctic snow gear, the exclusive 75 minute tour takes you into an icy wonderland where majestic King and cheeky Gentoo penguins waddle, hop, slip and slide along the ice right in front of you. Here you'll participate in enrichment activities with the birds and have plenty of opportunities for photos along the way. 

Participants will also have the opportunity to go behind-the-scenes to see the penguin food preparation and veterinary areas as well as how the state-of-the-art exhibit maintains sub-zero temperatures.

WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo

WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo has taken the Australian animal adventure to the next level with a brand-new
Croc Cave experience!

The Croc Cave features an interactive crawl through space with a pop-up window and tunnel, allowing you to come eye-to-eye with one of Australia's most dangerous animals - the Saltwater Crocodile.

Madame Tussauds Sydney

Madame Tussauds Sydney is not saying ‘Sorry’ with the limited time experience with Justin Bieber’s brand-new wax figure.

Modelled off his show-stopping look from his ‘Sorry’ rendition from his Purpose World Tour, the brand new ‘Wet Look’ version of Justin Bieber’s wax figure features a shirtless Biebs with washboard abs and trademark tattoos...only in the attraction until the end of the school holidays so hurry in! 

Sydney Tower Eye

These school holidays, entice the kids outdoors and off the computer with SKYWALK at the Sydney Tower Eye – Sydney’s highest open air adventure. Kids (and parents) will get a dose of fresh air on their SKYWALK adventure as they walk around the outside of Sydney Tower. 

 For the more grounded, get lifted 250m in the sky to the Sydney Tower Eye Observation Deck and take in the ultimate view of Sydney’s most iconic landmarks from the indoor viewing deck. Kids will love taking the time to point out the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and extending their gaze further into the distance to discover their house or the stunning Blue Mountains.

Guests can also take in a fourth dimension of Sydney with the 4D cinema show included in Sydney Tower Eye Observation Deck and SKYWALK admission.

All-weather fun for the holidays

Also, don’t forget that these family friendly attractions are all-weather meaning that rain or shine you can have fun with the kids these school holidays!